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September 2012/3

  • Lloyd's international growth to proceed with caution - Nelson; Rates remain biggest threat to Gulf; Beazley bond; Savage modernisation; Enstar expands; Harris off...
  • The Insurance Insider talks to Ross Howard, who from 1 October will take on the position of global leader in Towers Watson's insurance and reinsurance brokerage
  • Ratings agencies have praised reinsurers for tightening underwriting and risk management in reaction to last year's $100bn+ cat burden and have given the sector a stable outlook
  • Reinsurers will increasingly return to capital management as a lever to boost shareholder returns if broker predictions on downward pricing pressures prove correct in the run-up to the 1 January renewals.
  • The Insurance Insider's exclusive comparison of the voluminous reports and predictions on the reinsurance markets produced by the leading reinsurers and brokers
  • Robert Hiscox's distinguished career spanning 43 years in the London (re)insurance market was recognised in front of 600 of his peers at The Insurance Insider's inaugural Honours awards with the lifetime achiever award.
  • The Insurance Insider's inaugural Honours event saw 600 leading industry executives packed into the gothic splendor of London's Royal Courts of Justice. Naturally the Insider team were on hand to see the judges hand down their verdicts...
  • Sidecars are likely to continue to be a feature of the retro market in the future as many buyers now rely on their capacity, Aon Benfield Securities predicted in its annual insurance-linked securities (ILS) review.
  • Tokio Millennium Re has unveiled plans to launch a segregated cell company that will compete with the likes of Kane, Horseshoe and Aon as it moves into the transformer business.
  • During a debate hosted yesterday (10 September) in Monte Carlo by The Insurance Insider and PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), top industry executives discussed the dilemma facing reinsurers in search of sustainable profitable growth in a fast-changing world
  • Chartis' chief reinsurance officer Samir Shah gives The Insurance Insider exclusive access to the underwriting giant's reinsurance buying strategy...
  • The sale of UK-listed run-off buyer and (re)insurance service provider Tawa is likely to encounter the same challenges the company faced in winning over investors
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